The ZTE Projector Hotspot – the device you have always needed according to ZTE

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LAS VEGAS Jan 6, 2014 – At CES 2014, ZTE, the fourth largest mobile phone manufacturer in the U.S., today introduced the “Projector Hotspot,” the world’s first all-in-one Wi-Fi hotspot and portable projector. Ideal for a variety of applications – from the boardroom to the classroom, or for at-home or outdoor entertainment, ZTE’s Projector Hotspot provides up to eight users with anytime, anywhere Wi-Fi access at 4G LTE speeds, and projects up to 120-inch images and video from a variety of convenient inputs. ZTE’s latest breakthrough is coming to the U.S. in 2014.

ZTE’s Projector Hotspot packs a ton of content sharing options into a compact 4.7 x 4.7 x 1.1-inch frame. It features an on-board 4-inch capacitive touchscreen through which users can access its Android operating system, making it easy to share content stored on the device, from the Internet, or through third-party applications. Users can also share content from their laptop through HDMI, or wirelessly mirror the screen of a smartphone or tablet via Wi-Fi Display. ZTE Projector Hotspot is small and light enough to take anywhere, it easily fits in a briefcase for the next big presentation or a backpack for the family camping trip.

Beyond sharing content, the Hotspot Projector also connects up to eight clients to a blazing 802.11 b/g/n network running at 4G LTE speeds. It features a 5000mAh battery and can also be used as portable charger for your smartphones.

ZTE Hotspot Projector specifications include:
Wi-Fi network management
Up to 8 clients
WPS
IPV6 supported
Display
4.0” Capacitive touch
800×480 WVGA
Bands LTE Supported
Size & Weight 120mm X 120mm X 28.5mm ,400g
Connectivity
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
HDMI
USB-A
Headset Jack
Bluetooth
Audio output
Battery 5000mAh internal
OS Android 4.2
Projector information
Projector Type: DLP
Brightness:100LM
Image Size: up to 120’’
Resolution: 1080P input supported
Contrast ratio: 1000:1

As good as this projector might seem, it really will need a darkish room to display the contents on the wall/screen properly as it’s not that bright.

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